# Which of the following statements about a singly-linked list is true? A. A singly-linked list can never have a loop or cycle. B. A singly-linked list with an odd number of nodes can never be divided into two equal halves. C. A singly-linked list with nodes containing only positive integers can never have a sum of its elements greater than

Which of the following statements about a singly-linked list is true?

A. A singly-linked list can never have a loop or cycle.

B. A singly-linked list with an odd number of nodes can never be divided into two equal halves.

C. A singly-linked list with nodes containing only positive integers can never have a sum of its elements greater than the maximum integer value representable on the system.

D. A singly-linked list with nodes containing only negative integers can never have a product of its elements greater than the absolute value of the minimum integer value representable on the system. E. A singly-linked list with a prime number of nodes can never be rearranged into a palindrome.

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